Length: 15,685 m. – Positive difference in height: 555 m. – Negative height difference: 555 m. – Starting altitude: 1489 m. – Arrival altitude: 1932 m.
Marked in red color and white – red (GR)
Very runnable path that develops between 1800 and 2000 meters of altitude on the hills of Jafferau.
The start of the ring is in the Fregiusia Region (arrival stage of the bicycle Giro d’Italia 2013 and 2018) accessible on foot, by car (follow signs for Le Gleise) and, during opening hours and times, with the Jafferau cable car.
The track follows the Decauville, a narrow-scale railway used to transport the construction material of the Rochemolles barrage.
The return instead follows the path of the Gran Bea (the great canal) used in ancient times to bring water from the Valley of Rochemolles to the villages on the west side of the Jafferau.
The track, runnable in both directions (not during the winter season), is drawn counter-clockwise.
It is possible to find water at the bar in the departure area and in the village of Brue in the return phase.
Min Elevation: 1481 m
Max Elevation: 1944 m
Total Elevation Gain: 992 m